Jostle Corporation is creating and enabling the next generation of enterprise software – simple, intuitive, elegant, inclusive and accessible.
Enterprises have endured a legacy of big software, an approach that attempts to impose grand unification (a single set of tools and processes for everyone), and results in high costs, out-of-date systems, disconnected employees and poor agility. With the advent of rich visual interfaces, open connectivity and cross-platform mobility, enterprises are moving to a more flexible, app-like world. For this to work, two things are necessary: 1) it needs to be clear who is doing what (who is contributing to teams, be they a traditional team, a project team, a cross-silo working group or a social club) and 2) there needs to be a way to glue together the various tools and data repositories that individuals use into the context of these teams. Jostle provides this platform.
Jostle has created a People Engagement Platform™ that glues enterprises together. This platform enables innovative companies to clarify their organization, reveal hidden expertise and engage their employees. Jostle is enterprise software that is accessible from any web-enabled device and works like a website, without the need to install software.
Jostle’s innovative and elegant approach results from an experienced team that brings the three essential ingredients together – enterprise leadership, user experience design and web-enabled software architecture. We are an independent company located in the Vancouver area of British Columbia, Canada. Talk to us, we like people with ideas and problems.
News on Jostle Corporation
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Jostle, a startup in the social intranet marketplace, this week announcd the appointment of Deb Lavoy as the vice president of marketing. Prior to Jostle, Lavoy worked as the Director of Strategic... more
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The C100UK has unveiled its final list of startups who will be taking part two days of mentorship, panel sessions and networking in London, England later this month. The C100’s hugely... more
Vancouver-based Jostle has appointed Don Bell as chairman of its board. Bell is the cofounder of WestJet, a popular Canadian airline. He has been an investor of and director in Jostle, which... more
Vancouver-based Jostle today secured $3.1 million in equity investment. The Series A round did not come from venture capital firms or banks; the Canadian startup says the funds came exclusively... more
Jostle Corporation, a Vancouver-based startup with a new approach to enterprise software, helps the City of Vernon boost employee engagement and collaboration with its organizational platform.... more
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The Launch@GROW Launch Party is 15 days away and today they announced the 15 finalists that will have the opportunity to launch at the event on on August 17th. 61 startups from across Canada... more
The City of Medicine Hat had a problem: employees weren’t very well connected to each other, and it was hurting productivity. They lacked “organizational clarity,” unable to see... more
The BCTIA is going to be a busy crew this week with a rapidly growing list of guests and companies attending TechBrew on Wednesday, and nominations still coming in for this year’s BCTIA... more
Vancouver startup Jostle announced today that its $350K offering of Preferred Class A equity has been over subscribed by a factor of two, netting the company $745K. Jostle will... more
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